ConField expands to 40 new Countries with Four new Coins

ConField expands to 40 new Countries with Four new Coins

ConField cryptocurrency exchange announced the listing of four new coins along with its expansion in 40 new countries.

The newly introduced cryptos or coins/tokens include Civic (CVC), DigiByte (DGB), Stellar Lumens (XLM), and a stable coin USDC. All four coins are listed with XRP-based pairs. In addition, XLM direct fiat trading pairs with US dollar (USD), Canadian dollar (CAD) and Euro (EUR) are also available.

USDC is the first stablecoin listed on CoinField. Digital Exchanges around the world are trying hard to bring stability to crypto market by listing stablecoins. Here is the list of a recent listing of different stablecoins on different crypto exchanges.

According to the announcement, new and existing users can start depositing USDC, LOOM, CVC, DGB, and XLM into their wallets. Trading will be enabled on December 21, 2018, at 11:45 a.m. PST once sufficient liquidity is established.

CoinField has 37 trading pairs across US dollar (USD), Canadian dollar (CAD), Euro (EUR), Great Britain Pound Sterling (GBP) Japanese Yen (JPY) and UAE dirham as fiat currencies. CoinFiled also improved its KYC onboarding process with the help of Jumio.

CoinField also expanded into another new 40 countries with trader registration starting from December 21st, 2018. This takes the CoinField platform to support 101 countries worldwide.

Despite the recent slowdown in the crypto market, major players are actively investing and expanding their offerings and operations worldwide.


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